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Manistique Shines on Graduation Day

Manistique Shines on Graduation Day
Saturday, May 30, 2015
It was a day Manistique senior Hailey Hoholik will remember for a long time as she led the Emeralds to their first Upper Peninsula Division 2 golf title in five years on Friday. Hoholik also was crowned U.P. individual champion with 99 strokes, just hours before he...
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West Iron County Takes Back Title Trophy

West Iron County Takes Back Title Trophy
Friday, May 29, 2015
Riley Thompson was just 5 years old when the West Iron County boys were last crowned Upper Peninsula Division 2 golf champions.  Thompson, now a junior at West Iron, earned medalist honors Friday and helped the Wykons gain their first U.P. title in 12 years with ...
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Preview: Line-ups Loaded for Girls Finals

Preview: Line-ups Loaded for Girls Finals
Friday, May 29, 2015
Few things are guaranteed during this, the busiest weekend of the high school sports calendar in Michigan. But here’s something to count on – attend an MHSAA Girls Track & Field Final, and you’re sure to see at least one record-setting talent if n...
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Preview: Contenders Fill Boys Finals

Preview: Contenders Fill Boys Finals
Friday, May 29, 2015
Few days during a school year provide as much opportunity for a statewide showcase of talents as the day each spring when all seven MHSAA Track & Field championships are decided. This weekend’s boys lineup features plenty of familiar names from Finals past &n...
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Keys to the Corner Office

Keys to the Corner Office
Friday, May 29, 2015
Week after week, the people profiled will credit the extracurricular activities of their formal education for launching their successful careers.
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Eichhorn Leads Carney-Nadeau Title Hunt

Eichhorn Leads Carney-Nadeau Title Hunt
Friday, May 29, 2015
Carney-Nadeau sophomore Hunter Eichhorn has displayed a flair for playing under pressure in a tournament atmosphere. He proved it as a freshman a year ago, winning a playoff for his first Upper Peninsula medalist. This year however, there was nothing but dominance.
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Final Match Decides UP D2 Champions

Final Match Decides UP D2 Champions
Thursday, May 28, 2015
It came down to the last match of the day. Iron Mountain needed a win at No. 1 doubles to forge a tie with Westwood for the Upper Peninsula Division 2 boys tennis title. Coach Greg Stegall’s Mountaineers got what they wanted.
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Gremlins Add Title to Record-Setting Run

Gremlins Add Title to Record-Setting Run
Thursday, May 28, 2015
The Houghton Gremlins were hoping to defend their MHSAA title while also hitting around 310 Thursday at the Upper Peninsula Division 1 boys golf championship tournament.  They easily achieved their first goal, winning their second straight crown with a 325 that p...
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Houghton Extends Finals Streak to 5

Houghton Extends Finals Streak to 5
Thursday, May 28, 2015
When most people think of the Upper Peninsula's Copper Country, snow (huge amounts) and ice hockey come to mind. But the Houghton High School girls easily can convince the most serious doubter that golf is a very attractive and popular activity.
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Brown, Bark River-Harris Repeat in UPD3

Brown, Bark River-Harris Repeat in UPD3
Thursday, May 28, 2015
St. Ignace High School was represented by just one golfer at Thursday’s Upper Peninsula Division 3 Girls Final.  Senior Margo Brown, however, represented her school admirably by earning medalist honors with an 83 at the Escanaba Country Club.
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Highlight Reel: Girls Lacrosse Regionals

Highlight Reel: Girls Lacrosse Regionals
Thursday, May 28, 2015
The Hartland and Lake Orion girls lacrosse teams advanced to Friday’s Division 1 Regional Final with victories Wednesday that were broadcast on MHSAA.tv. A collection of highlights are linked – click below to watch. 
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Preview: Serving Up Plenty of Winners

Preview: Serving Up Plenty of Winners
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Reigning champions will abound at this weekend’s Lower Peninsula Girls Tennis Finals. But a few have opportunities to cement themselves in the MHSAA record book as well.  
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#TBT: Payment's Jump Sets Standard

#TBT: Payment's Jump Sets Standard
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Brimley's John Payment entered the 1989 Upper Peninsula Track & Field Finals with a personal-best high jump of 6-foot-8¾ – achieved in a meet only four days before the final competition of his high school school.  He left Marquette High Schoo...
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Szabo, Kingsford: Kings of Court Again

Szabo, Kingsford: Kings of Court Again
Thursday, May 28, 2015
Kingsford's Adam Szabo considers himself a hockey player first and a tennis player second. Yet, one look at the swing of the reigning Upper Peninsula Division 1 No. 1 singles champ reveals a talent above and beyond the rest of the field. A powerful "flick of the wrist"...
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Be the Referee: Balks

Be the Referee: Balks
Thursday, May 28, 2015
This week, MHSAA assistant director Mark Uyl explains the often-misunderstood baseball balk rule.
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MSU to Host Inagurual Coaches School

MSU to Host Inagurual Coaches School
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
The Michigan State University Department of Kinesiology and the Institute for the Study of Youth Sports are inviting coaches and sport leaders to their inaugural MSU Summer Coaches’ School, to be conducted June 18-20. Coaches and sport leaders will gain knowledge...
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Highlight Reel: Boys Lacrosse Regionals

Highlight Reel: Boys Lacrosse Regionals
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
The Haslett/Williamston and Okemos boys lacrosse teams combined for 33 goals in winning Division 2 Regional Semifinals on Tuesday on the Chieftains’ home field. Both games were produced for MHSAA.tv by School Broadcast Program member Haslett High School – a...
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Prepapalooza: Final Countdown Begins

Prepapalooza: Final Countdown Begins
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Nearly 30,000 athletes will take part over the next six days in what will again be the busiest week of the MHSAA calendar, with teams in all nine spring sports competing for District, Regional or Finals championships at sites across both peninsulas. Second Half again w...
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The Complaint Department

The Complaint Department
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
What is frustrating ... is that the caller’s complaint is so often about something the MHSAA is without authority and responsibility to fix.
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SAC Sounds Off to State Champs!

SAC Sounds Off to State Champs!
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
The State Champs! network visited the MHSAA's Student Advisory Council during a meeting this spring and this weekend filed a report detailing the work SAC members contribute throughout the school year.  Click below to watch and learn more. 
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